are non-spore-forming, strictly anaerobic or facultative, Gram-positive bacilli that normally colonized in oral cavity, gastrointestinal tract, and female genital tract [1, 2].
In this work, the bacterial strains Streptococcus mutans, Lactobacillaceae
, and Streptococcus sobrinus were employed during the antibacterial test.
Pyrosequencing of those biofilms detected Propionibacteriaceae, Methylobacteriaceae, Lactobacillaceae
, and Streptococcaceae which were also present in biofilms one and two in our study .
The NS-W and NS-L samples had 3 families in common that were not associated with NS-F2, while one family (Lactobacillaceae
) was shared by only the NS-W and NS-F2 sea slugs.
Cyanobacteria Chloroplast Bacillariophyta Firmicutes Clostridiaceae Clostridium Lactobacillaceae
Lactobacillus Verrucomicrobia Subdivision 3 Subdivision 3 Huron Crystal Subdivision Genus River Lake [alpha]-Proteobacteria Bradyrhizobium + Hyphomicrobium + [beta]-Proteobacteria Curvibacter + Rhodoferax + + Polynucleobacter + Methylophilus + Chitinibacter + Dechloromonas + [gamma]-Proteobacteria Aeromonas + Escherichia / Shigella + Yersinia + Acinetobacter + Shewanella + [delta]-Proteobacteria Bdellovibrio + Acidobacteria Gp3 + Gp4 + Gp8 + Actinobacteria Cryobacterium Propionibacterium + Bacteroidetes Bacteroides + Cloacibacterium + Flavobacterium + Chloroftexi Caldilinea sp.
Most of these were lactobacillaceae
, known for their health-promoting effects, and for their ability to limit intestinal pathogens such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella.
includes the genus Streptococcus, which is found in the mouth and intestinal tract, and is one of the dominant groups of facultative anaerobes in the mammalian intestine.
The MS patients with expanded disability status score (EDSS) [less than or equal to] 3.0 who received GA treatment were shown to have larger numbers of Bacteroidaceae, Ruminococcus, Lactobacillaceae
, and Clostridium compared to the numbers seen in untreated patients .
Patients with MS treated with glatiramer acetate have less Bacteroidaceae, Faecal-ibacterium, Ruminococcus, Lactobacillaceae
, Clostridium, and other members of the Clostridiales class compared with untreated MS patients.